Action News anchor Jim Gardner went on assignment in Washington, D.C. for a sit-down interview with Vice President Joe Biden.
Mr. Biden says the U.S. is still working to gather facts about the possible North Korean action, but told Jim what steps the administration may take should it be confirmed a hydrogen bomb was detonated.
"We will continue to work, believe it or not, with the Chinese and the international community to continue to bring international pressure on North Korea and to make it so that it becomes an increasingly higher price for being the one nation in the world out of the world," Biden said.
See more of Jim's one-on-one interview with the Vice President on a wide range of topics Thursday on Action News at 6 and 11 and on 6abc.com.
Vice President Joe Biden tells Jim Gardner about U.S. response to North Korea